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yes, slow-motion selfies. how did the world survive without this. apple also unveiled a new seventh generation ipad that starts at $329. the new i phones will be available for preorder on friday. they go on sale september 20th. >> slowfies. thanks to our international viewers for joining us. have a great rest of the day. for our u.s. viewers, "early start" starts right now. republicans win the race. what this means. >> the fallout of national security adviser john bolton. what it means for adversaries worldwide. another prominent call to stop vaping after a sixth person died the from a related lung disease. and a tumultuous few weeks now include rape allegations
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against new england patriots receiver antonio brown. the accuser was his trainer. good morning, everyone. welcome to "early start." i'm dave briggs >> and ai'm christine romans. it's wednesday, the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. it's 5:00 a.m. in the east here. the republican party won two seats it badly needed. north carolina's republican dan bishop narrowly defeated dan mccready, keeping the seat that's been in its hands since 1963. now, voters in north carolina's third district elected republican state representative greg murphy. he replaces republican walter jones who died in february. pitch on's race in the ninth drew national attention as a possible 2020 bellwether. president trump and vice president pence both made trips
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to the district on monday. bishop had trump on speaker phone and made clear he is a trump republican. >> president trump's vision for america is received warmly by people in the ninth district, and let's give him his due. he stepped in when some said perhaps he should let it ride, and that's what he does. he commits, and that's what i do. and i'm going to fight for him. >> president trump savoring the win, big night for the republican party, congratulations the all. a win is a win but republicans might worry about competitive seats in similar districts. it should send waves of fear through the republican party at every level. here's the analysis of inside politics anchor john king. >> christine and dave, on this
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morning after, north carolina nine will be represented by a republican dan bishop and now the big debate begins. even though the republican won, because this margin, two points is so narrow, is there some concern for the republicans for 2020. dan bishop won. how did he do it? number one, there's a reason the president is claiming credit. his rally was over here in the eastern part of the state. not a huge win. 30 or so votes in cumberland county for dan bishop. but dan mccready knew he needed this to win. in the unis bushes, that's a victory for the republicans especially given this environment. where do the democrats see a silver lining? over here. you come over here to mecklenburg where charlotte is, you come down to the southeastern suburbs, dan mccready not only winning but winning big. first trump in 2016.
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then the big republican route that made nancy pelosi speaker in 2018. in 2019, more. why do i say that? you see dan mccready. you go to the presidential race, president trump won. that will be seen by democrats as a bit of a moral victory here. in the end, though, a win is a win, right? this district in republican hands since 1963 will stay there for the time being. democrats will probably field t the win next time. others who may be thinking about running for re-election next year will will look at this one-time strong ruby red district. now a two-point race. the bottom line, the president's happy. others are looking at this in other parts of the country in districts that are less than republican might think about retiring. dave and christine? >> john at the magic wall.
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thank you. president trump is searching for his fourth national security adviser in three years. john bolton is out. how did that happen? it depends who you ask. president trump tweeted i informed john bolton his services were no longer needed. but 12 minutes later john bolton said i offered to resign last night and president trump said let's talk about it tomorrow. cnn learned bolton and president trump got into a bitter argument on monday night over the president's plan to host the taliban at camp david. word is bolton went public. there is a lot trump can take. leaking is not one. bolton had been isolated in recent months by president trump. secretary of state mike pompeo and acting chief of staff mick mulvaney. cnn finds that bolton felt the president trump caves too much when it comes to dictators.
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bolton's fire leaves a power vacuum at the white house and legitimate concerns how the u.s. handles foreign policy. they're wondering about the fuehrer of their organization. the taliban talks were one area of contention between the president and bolton. they also butted heads on iran, venezuela, north korea, and afghanistan. clarissa ward was embedded in afghanistan just weeks ago. g she joins us more on the fallout. good morning. >> christine, good morning. no surprise iranians are delighted that president trump has asked john bolton to resign or bolton has chosen to leave. they say this the truth that the trump administration's policy of maximum pressure is, in fact, failing, and they are now predicting that the end of what they call the siege on iran will soon be over.
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as you said, iran was one of the areas where trump and bolton disagreed in the most sort of pronounced way with president trump repeatedly saying that he would be willing to sit down with iranian leader president rouhani with bolton urging trump strenuously, trying to get the president to bomb iran or respond with force after iran shot down the u.s. drone back in june. but ultimately this was certainly not the only area of foreign policy where the two men had very different views. also in north carolina where the president obviously has met with kim jong-un, visited the border, even walked across to north korean territory, bolton favoring a much more strenuous or hawkish policy there. also in venezuela, again, bolton pushing for regime change, pushing the u.s. to essentially try to topple maduro.
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essentially what you see with bolton is someone who sees the world in ma heekian black-and-white terms, good or evil. good, you shall be rewarded or punished. president trump on the other hand sort of developing a deal-maker tendency whereby he'll open the door to a number of drnlt actors of different questionable moral characters as long as there's the potential of making a deal there. the question, though, becomes who is next. who will the fourth nsa be, what will he look like in terms of his policies, and was this a question of president trump finally coming up with, actually, this is my policy, this is my foreign policy, this is what i believe in, and this is what i want going forward, or was this a question you disagreed with me on several issues and was pronounced on the issue of whether the taliban should be extending an invitation to camp dabd and,
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therefore, it's time to go. a lot of people outside the u.s. watching very closely to see who will fill bolton's shoes. christine. >> clarissa ward in london. thank you for that announcement. another warning on vaping. in a new statement, e-cigarettes are not safe and can cause irreversible lung damage. a sixth american has died from a lung disease related to vaping. former mayor michael bloomberg's foundation is offering $160 million to help kids stop getting addicted. the cd cy says 450 cases may have been caused by vaping. overnight we learned hawaii is investigating its first possible case. all right. breaking overnight, significant
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china now says some goods will be exempt from tariffs next year. pork and soybeans are not on the list. and voters are beginning to express fear that president trump's trade war will hurt them and the economy. six in ten say a recession is either very likely or somewhat likely in the next year. and despite the president's repeated false claims that china pays for tariffs, voters don't seem to buy that. 60% say they're concerned the president's trade war will raise prices for them. here's where you can see the trade war biting into the u.s. economy. manufacturing activity shrank last year, the very sector the president promised to save through tariffs. hiring here has really stalled.
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manufacturing struggling, but the job market in general remains solid, and that's an important point. there are 17.2 job openings in america. that's essential. it's growing and adding jobs. the challenge for the administration is squaring that solid economy with the message that trump is demanding the fed cut rates to stabilize the economy. you don't need to cut rates in a. booing economy. there's a white house message that might be revealed in some of these poll numbers, dave. >> in particular if the president gets a cut and then assumes that's not enough. >> he's been blaming the fed, blaming the fed, and at the same time taking credit for your the economy. >> at some point the americans are going to say, you can't have your cake and eat it too. ahead, a major blow to the pennant race. one of baseball's best players,
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youshocking new allegations against patriots wide receiver antonio brown, his former trainer accusing him of sexual assault and rape. andy scholes has more in the "bleacher report." good morning, andy. in a lawsuit filed yesterday brittney taylor says brown sexually assaulted her in 2014 and forcibly raped her in 2018. cnn does not usually name victims of sexual assault. however, taylor did release a statement through her attorney and said, i have found strength in my faith and my family and from the accounts of other survivors of sexual assault. speaking out removes the shame that i have felt for the past year and places it on the person responsible for my rape. mr. brown denies each and every
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republicans get the wins they had to have. what two races in north carolina tell us about 2020. the fallout fast and fierce after the ousting of national security adviser john bolton. what it means for allies and adversaries worldwide. another prominent call to stop vaping after a sixth person
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died from a related lung disease. and rape allegations against troubled receiver antonio brown. the accuser was his trainer. welcome back to "early start," everybody. i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. it's 5:30 eastern time. we start with politics for the gop in north carolina. the party held onto two seats it badly needed. cnn projects north carolina state senator dan bishop will narrowly defeat dan mccready in the ninth district, keeping a seat that's been in republicans' hands since 1963. the state forced to rerun the election because of blot allegations. and greg murphy replaces walter jones who died in february. bishop's race in the ninth drew attention as a possible 2020 bellwether. president trump and vice president pence both made trips to the district month.
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bush hop had trump on speaker phone after the win and made clear he is a trump republican. >> president trump's vision for america is received warmly by people in the ninth district, and let's give him his due. he stepped in when some sads perhaps he should let it ride, and that's what he does. he commits. and that's what i do. and i'm going to fight for him. >> president trump savoring the win, big night for the republican party, a win is a win for all. >> they might worry about competitive seats in similar districts. the democrats offering thise warning. its should send fear through the republican party at every level. is tom perez right? should the margin of victory here be a worry for republicans?
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>> i mean first of all, a win is a win. they won two seats, so republicans need to be happy about that. on the other hand and not to be, you know -- overread things, you know, you had john king on earlier talking about the problems that republicans are facing in suburbs like mecklenburg county in the ninth congressional district and others nationwide and that this shows that certainly democrats have come up in those areas that, you know, you can't afford to lose very much from 2016. trump only won north carolina just to take north carolina by like three percentage points, and there was a ten-point shift in between, you know, where this district was in 2016 and where it is today even though they won. so there are, i think, serious storm clouds for republicans here. but democrats can't, you know, think that, you know, this thing is over because while the suburbs seem to be turning
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toward, you know, democrats, the rural areas, you know, spring up for trump. it's kind of the same thing and it's just a matter of who shows up on which day. nobody after this is talking about republicans gaining seats in the house. they're certainly not on offense and looking to regain many seats, so that's an important note as well. cnn polling won't help the president's mood, 06% saying president trump does not deserve re-election. so that won't help the outlook here, but let's look now to the revolving door on every position frankly, but we'll focus on john bolton's departure as national security adviser. not surprising. probably the least surprising news. these two were bound to clash. let's listen to mike pompeo, the sec of state. john bolton was supposed to be sanctioned. of course, he was not there. he was fired or resigned. listen to pompeo, his reaction.
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>> bolton was on the guidance to be here. were you two blind-sided by the fact that he's not with you today? last night you were told he would be here today. >> i'm never surprised. >> well, let me ask you. >> and i don't mean that on just this issue. >> hmm. interesting. so, look. again, these two were bound to clash given bolton's hawkish stance on iran. what do you make of that reaction though? >> two things. eie mike pompeo smiling because of the reevery that these two had or it could be mike pompeo smiling because it's true. nobody goes to the white house knowing if they're going to be working at the white house at the end of the day. that's something i think we've seen playing out through the truly historic churn that you have amongst staffers at the trump white house. they leave at an amazing clip. >> the real show quality of all
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of this is kiejds of like -- it's kind of unbelievable, right? you've got these two men in front of the camera sore of jock lar and sort of happy. another man who was fired is tweeting -- text messaging a cable tv show. what we know in the background here is that, you know, that bolton did not like the way that the president caved to dictators, the way he caved to dictators. know that was a source of contention. and the president thought he was a big leaker, the staff was a big leaker. >> that's true. i remember bolton talking to people when he got the job at the white house wondering how long this was going to last because he is a hawkish, very strident foreign policy guy, and donald trump, despite his america first nest, that being his slogan, isn't really an interventionist.
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he wants the u.s. to not necessarily be a part of international, you know, groups and treaties and stuff like that, but he doesn't want the u.s. being the policemen out there projecting u.s. military might in the way that john bolton does. so they clearly were not on the same page policy-wise from the get-go. >> sure. >> it's not just the national security adviser. a piece you have on cnn.com this morning gives you a glimpse that the revolving door and empty seats all around this administration, state department, justice, and defense, it is staggering. advice and consent no longer. we'll tweet that out in just a bit. >> 37 minutes past the hour. president trump would be happy if the u.s. stopped using spies. president trump has stopped gathering intel from foreign sources, that includes crucial
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information o countries. he said spies can damage his relationships with foreign leaders and he has doubts about their vulnerability. the u.s. extracted one of its highest-level forces from the russian government. a kremlin spokesman called the reporting pulp fiction. mike pompeo also reporting on the extraction. he called it factually wrong without says what was factually long. the ten candidates who will be on stage making their way to texas. amy klobuchar and putte buttigieg found themselves sitting one row apart on their flight. buttigieg tweeted, very funny, united. a biedsen adviser says he's going to aim squarely at warren's "i've got a plan for
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that strategy." warren after speaking to another big crowd in austyn offed nof -- austin offered no apologies. >> i think we start with the plan and then we get out there and fight for it. >> remember, there's been some high-profile use of profanity on the campaign trail. i'm talking to you, beto. an email was sent to them asking them not to curse during the national broadcast debate. the number of uninsured americans increased for the first time since obamacare was fully implemented. an increase of 1.9 million. a trend driven by a decline in covera coverage. democrats are debating ways to extend coverage wheel the president tries to gut the affordable care act.
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another major warning against vaping, the american lung association straying straight out do not use ec e-cigaret e-cigarettes. they say e-cigarettes are not safe and can cause irreversible lung damage. the warning came the same day a sixth american has died from a lung disease related to vaping. this week mike bloomberg's foundation donated $161 million to help stop the vaping epidemic. >> kids are dying. people are dying now and getting addicted. the time line is yesterday, not tomorrow. they say it may have been caused by vaping. overnight we learned hawaii is now investigating its first possible case. 40 mips past the hour. on this morning 18 years ago america endured its darkest day, planes crashing into the twin towers, the pentagon, and a field in shanksville,
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breaking news this morning. british prime minister boris johnson's decision to suspend
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parliament is unlawful. joining us from london, cnn's max foster. this is all unprecedent. should we expect parliament back now any time soon? >> well, dwoenl know. again, uncharted territory right now. but this was a case brought by scotland yard. a group across party politicians basically challenging the prime minister's decision to suspend par lament early. so it went to court and this panel of three judges, all of them, coming up with this ruling today saying the prime minister's advice to the queen that parliament should be paroled or suspended was unlawful because it has the purpose of stymieing parliament, very much speaking to the critics of boris johnson saying he's been undemocratic to this process. now, one of the baresters, one of the lawyers saying we believe the effect of the decision is parliament is no longer paroled,
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therefore it should be open when it was shut a couple of days ago. slightly unclear where we're going with this. we have just heard from the government saying they will appeal to the only court left, which is the uk supreme court. expect that hearing next week. that i will rule definitively on this. until then we can expect a lot of concern and perhaps par lament expected to be open. >> confusing. keep us updated on any changes there. max foster, in london. it puts trum at odds with one of his senior officials. on monday the chief said it would be appropriate to extend appropriate temporary status to bahamians. in the past people in countries were ravaged by hurricanes and they were granted the
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protection. top officials call it a joyless and and dark time. more than 70,000 people remain homeless. >> for those who remain, needs are dire. aid groups are still trying to assess the fate of people on smaller islands. they have set up a field clinic in freeport. it will be open for three months while grand bahama's main hospital undergoes repairs. and a heart warming reunion for a boy who went back to school after he and his mom went to the bahamas to celebrate labor day and got stuck riding out the storm. michael jordan has pledged a million dollar to assist with relief efforts. fema's deputy regional administrator was sent to the island to lead the power rew e coverry efforts. she's accused of taking gifts from the head of a contracting firm and pushing for that same
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moments ago a plane crashes at toledo express airport. the plane went down east of the runway according to the lucas county sheriff. it's believed one person was onboard. the plane was carried auto parts. casualties unclear right now. we'll continue to carry more news on cnn. a more critical turn. antonio brown accused of sexually assaulting and raping a former trainer. he attacked britney taylor. brown through his attorney denied the allegation saying the two had a consensual personal relationship. the lawsuit was filed a day after brown signed with the new england patriots. the patriots in a statement say
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they will take the allegations very seriously, but they won't comment while the nfl investigates. he starts practice today. boeing experiencing a problem with yet another plane. the test bent the wings far beyond anything in commercial service. they say the fuselage depressurized and one of the doors came off. boeing is already struggling to get the 737 max off the ground after two plane crashes killed over 300 people. the plane may be recertified in some countries but delayed in others. kent state wanted fireworks, and they got them. the university is now apologizing for its decision to halt a women's field hockey match to prepare for a fireworks show before a football game. it was in overtime when it was
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abruptly called and everyone was asked to leave the field. the team was told the match would resume in seven hours. temple could not stay due to travel arrangements. kent state's athletic director said in hindsight, a different decision should have been made. an ohio school district is changing its policy after a 9-year-old boy had his school lunch taken away from him because of an unpaid $9 balance on his account. >> the lunch lady didn't say anything, took away my cheesy bread sticks and sauce, put them over there, and took out cheese and bread out of the fridge and put it on my lunch tray. >> to make all of this worse, it happened on jefferson sharpnack's birthday. he and his siblings moved in with their grandmother. she was waiting for paperwork so she could sign them up for a free and reduced lunch program. >> you're going to take the food
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and throw it away and not feed the child? that doesn't make sense to me. >> it didn't make sense to the school district either. after all, three out of four students have unpaid school meal debt. the superintendent sent out a letter to all parents saying all children will get a standard lunch regardless of their lunch balance. could napping help you live longer? we hope so. a new studys your risk of heart attack or stroke in half. those between 35 and 75 for just over fever years were studied. more frequent napping beyond more than once or twice a week provided no more. five minutes, that's not a nap. that's a commercial break. >> thanks for joining us. >> i'm dave briggs. "new day" is on the way. we'll see you tomorrow.
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we had a great victory tonight. nice margin. >> very close race in a district president trump carried by 12 points. >> democrats should not be playing this district. >> it should not be a competitive district at all. >> nobody lasts long in the chaos of the trump administration. >> john bolton and his policy interests and his policy positions deviated quite dramatically from president trump's. >> the president's entitled to the staff he wants. he should have people he trusts and values. we want to welcome our viewers in the united states and all around the world. this is "new day." it is wednesday, september 11th. it's always strange to say that date. >> it is. and it's always important to remember everything now associated with that date. and throughout the show, we'll be breaking in to bring you some of the coverage from the memorials. >> it's 6:00 here in new york. breaking overnight, dan bishop narrowly defeated democrat dan
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mccready in north carolina's special election. president trump made an 11th hour trip there to campaign for bishop. that may have helped the republican win. but this also holds warning signs for president trump and congressional republicans heading into the 2020 election. the narrow margin of victory in a district republicans have held for decades underscores the challenges they are facing with suburban voters. what's more, there's this new cnn national poll that shows 6 in 10 americans believes president trump does not deserve a second term. >> also this morning, president trump is searching for his fourth national security adviser in three years. by the way, no president has ever had four national security advisers in the first term. none. never. it's never happened in ever. ever. >> never you're saying. >> right. cnn has now reporting on a bitter argument between bolton and the president over the president's decision to invite the taliban to meet at camp david. according to

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